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Full text of "Annual Evaluation Report Fiscal Year 1984"

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Program Components  (Continued)

3* Fellowship Program, This program provides fellowship assistance to
full-time graduate students who already have a master's degree and who
are preparing to become trainers of teachers of bilingual education. The
statute and regulations require a recipient to work in authorized activi-
ties for a period of time equivalent to the time for which the student
received assistance under tne program or pay back the assistance received.

Eligibility:

1.    Training Projects,    Those eligible for  assistance under this program
are a local  school district;  a State education agency; an institution of
higher education   or a nonprofit private  organization that applies  after
consultation with   one   or  more  local   education   agency   or   with   a   State
education agency; or an institution of higher education or a private, non-
profit organization that applies jointly with one or more local education
agency or with a State education agency.

2.    Schools of Education Projects.    Those  eligible  for  assistance  under
this program are institutions of higher education with a school, depart-
ment, or college of education or a bilingual education training program.
Institutions must apply after consultation with one or more local  school
districts or with   a  State education agency  or an institution  of  higher
education with  a  school   of  education  or a  bilingual  education training
program that applies jointly with one or more local school  districts  or
with a State education agency.

3.    Fellowship Program.   An institution of higher education that offers a
program ofstudy   leading  to   a  degree   above the  master's   level   in  the
field of training teachers for bilingual education is eligible to partici-
pate in this program.   An individual is eligible to apply for a fellowship
under this program if this  individual:  (I) is a citizen, a national  or a
permanent resident of the United States; (2) is in the United States for
other than a temporary purpose and can provide evidence from the Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Service of his or her intent to become a permanent
resident; or (3)  is  a permanent resident of Puerto Rico,  Guam,  American
Samoa, the   Virgin  Islands,   the Northern  Mariana   Islands,   or  the Trust
Territories of the Pacific Islands; and (4) has been accepted for enroll-
ment as a full-time student in a course of study offered by an institution
of higher   education   approved   for   participation   in   this   program.   The
course of  study   must   lead to  a degree  above the  master's   level   in the
field of training teachers for bilingual education.

II. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(a)

A.   Goals and Objectives:     During   FY   1984,   the   Department's   principal

objectives withrespect to the Training Projects Program were as follows: to   deny   the   individual   the   opportunity  to  learn  successfully   in